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# What Are Python Arithmetic Operators? Types of Arithmetic Operators With Example

## What is Python Arithmetic Operator?

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, & division are some instances of mathematical operations performed using arithmetic operators.

## Different Types of Python Arithmetic Operators

Python has seven arithmetic operators:

2. Subtraction

3. Multiplication

4. Division

5. Modulus

6. Exponentiation

7. Floor division

The addition operator in Python is +. It's used to combine two numbers.

Example:

``````v1 = 12

v2 = 13

res = v1 + v2

print(res)``````

Output:

25
• ### Subtraction Operator

The subtraction operator in Python is –. It's used to take the second number and subtract it from the first.

Example:

``````v1 = 22

v2 = 13

# using the subtraction operator

res = v1 - v2

print(res)``````

Output :

9
• ### Multiplication Operator

The subtraction operator in Python is –. It's used to take the second number and subtract it from the first.

Example:

``````v1 = 2

v2 = 3

res = v1 * v2

print(res)``````

Output:

6
• ### Division Operator

The division operator in Python is /. It is utilized to get the quotient.

Example:

``````v1 = 30

v2 = 2

res = v1 / v2

print(res)``````

Output:

15
• ### Modulus Operator

The modulus operator in Python is percent. It is utilised to get the remainder.

Example:

``````v1 = 3

v2 = 2

res = v1 % v2

print(res)``````

Output

1
• ### Exponentiation Operator

** is the exponentiation operator in Python. It's used to multiply the first operand by the second operand's power.

Example:

``````v1 = 2

v2 = 3

res = v1 ** v2

print(res)``````

Output :

8
• ### Floor division

The floor division in Python is done using //. It is utilized to get the quotient's floor.

Example:

``````v1 = 3

v2 = 2

# using the floor division

res = v1 // v2

print(res)``````

Output :

1

Below is the summary of all the arithmetic operators in Python: 